Pick up a Bluetooth tracker and keep tabs on your keys and any other household items that you may not want to lose. We've compiled a list of the best Bluetooth trackers so that you don't have to do the research yourself!
Anker's Roav car charger uses Bluetooth 5.0 to connect to your phone and then sends a signal to an FM frequency for a static-free wireless listening experience. Just turn your radio dial to the right station. It has two charging ports, too.
With headphone jacks quickly disappearing and the nuisance of tangled wires and adapters, it’s little wonder more and more people are going Bluetooth. Once you pair them, you can just grab them and go. Here's how!
Android has a lot of wonderful, wonderful perks, but one that makes my day better and easier is Smart Lock, the best feature Google ever stole. You should set up and take full advantage of this wonderful tool right now, especially while we're all stuck at home.
Bose and Sony own the market of wireless noise-canceling headphones, but they're far from the only options out there. The Marshall Monitor II ANC aim to deliver just as good of an experience while coming in at a lower price. Here's what it's like to use them.
These Bluetooth trackers have a built-in keychain clip that lets you attach them to your keys or bag. You could slip the other one in your wallet, then use an app on your phone to locate your items if they're ever lost.
The R4 wireless speaker features Bluetooth 5.0 and a range of 33 feet, along with dual 5W speakers, a passive bass radiator, and a rechargeable battery which lasts for up to 24 hours on a single charge.
This well-reviewed Bluetooth speaker offers 360-degree 50W sound from two full-range drivers and passive radiators. It's waterproof too, lasts for 30 hours on a single charge, and features seven fun lighting modes. It can charge your phone as well.
The SmartCharge F0 is equipped with two USB ports and also works as a Bluetooth FM transmitter. Take calls, listen to music, and charge up your gear all at once. It even comes with a one-year warranty. Clip the on-page coupon to save.
You've probably seen the latest version, Bluetooth 5.0, listed among the specs of most recent headphone releases, but what difference does that version make, and what are you missing out on if your headphones don't support it?
The Bluetooth SIG announced a new standard for Bluetooth audio that boasts better audio quality, low power consumption, and more. It'll also enable support for hearing aids and let you share audio with multiple Bluetooth devices.
Clip the on-page coupon to save on this versatile device. It's a dual-port USB car charger that doubles as an FM transmitter. Take calls, listen to music, and charge up your gear all at once. It has excellent reviews and a one-year warranty to boot.
Unite your childhood love of paper airplanes with your grown up love of tech. Equip your paper plane with Bluetooth. Fly it up to 180 feet. Control it through an app. You can even tilt your device to tilt the plane.